There’s no denying the obsession with the milk tea craze. Even AirAsia is jumping on trend to satisfying people’s cravings.
AirAsia Thailand recently introduced bubble milk tea in their in-flight menu – much to the delight of customers. There’s even a poster that says that passengers can now enjoy Boba milk tea 35,000 feet in the air.
You’ve probably come across articles on how unhealthy bubble tea drinks can be, due to its sugar intake, sweeteners and artificial flavourings. To combat that, AirAsia Thailand has come up with a healthier option flyers.
Enter AirAsia’s milk tea with konjac bubbles. According to Google, konjac (also known as konnyaku and devil’s tongue) “is high in fiber and has almost no calories”. Made from the root of a plant, some of its alleged health benefits include helping people to lose weight.
Its boba also come in diamond shapes. There is only 1 flavoured bubble tea on the menu for the time being though.
Priced at ฿75 (RM10), it is available on AirAsia Thailand and AirAsiaX Thailand flights.